I didn’t get a chance to blog about this yesterday, but urban fantasy Jennifer Estep interviewed me over at her blog. I’m hosting this week’s giveaway over there, so be sure to leave a comment if you want to enter!
Tia Nevitt on Fairy Tales and More
Tomorrow I’ll be posting here as usual and on Thursday I’ll be a guest again. I hope you enjoy following me around!
Today’s post is an interview of me by Ruth A. Casey. My giveaway is traveling there as well, so any entries here or there works for me.
Here is a sample question:
If you were a millionaire would you still write?
Are you kidding me? Being a millionaire would allow me to write for a living. I would put out a healthy four books a year. When I run into writer’s block for one idea, I’ll simply pursue another. And thus I would earn my next million!
Read more here!
My guest post is online at Carina Press. It’s called Becoming Little. Here’s a snippet:
I am of slightly above-average height, but I have written a book about a little person, or a dwarf.
In order to get into character, I had to do a lot of mental adjustment. My heroine, Gretchen, is barely four feet tall. She lives in post-medieval Europe, somewhere around the Schwarzwald, or the Black Forest. She has the most common form of dwarfism, achondroplasia. It is the form you are probably most familiar with.
In order to get to know my character–to try her out, to see if she would work–I wrote a little scene about the kind of treatment she has to put up with:
Read the rest here!
Today, I am the featured author at Carina Press’s social media outlets. This is when they have a Facebook, Twitter and blog blitz for each author during their release week.
My post is called “Becoming Little”, and it is about how I put myself into the character of a woman who is barely four feet tall.
On Twitter, Carina Press will be posting little-known facts about me, and on Facebook, they will post some of my favorite lines form the book.
I would love to see some familiar faces, so please join me!
Today I also put up my first-ever book video, my quirky and long talked-about video tour of my book setting using MineCraft:
Magic Mirror Book Video
You can subscribe to my YouTube channel here. I would like to start doing podcasts, but first I have to get over hating the sound of my own voice.
Tia’s YouTube Channel
Enjoy and thanks for reading!
My post today is over at Here Be Magic, a group blog of which I am a member. In the post, I include an excerpt that I wonder the wisdom of including, because it’s one of my favorite parts of the story. But I’ve gone and done it anyway–and I hope you enjoy it!
By the way, you should subscribe to that blog because these are a special and lovely group of authors, of which I am grateful to be a part!
I have a guest post on Rabia Gale’s blog today called Why “A Fairy Tale in Reverse? Come along and read it! Leave a reply here or there–I’ll see it in either place.
My post is over at Here Be Magic today, where I detail my struggles to keep alive the Christmas spirit in our household during an unseasonably warm winter.
An Unseasonable Christmas
Plus, the Here Be Magic authors are also giving away a Kindle Fire! You’ll find the link to the giveaway in the above post. So read, comment, and enjoy!
Today, I break the laws of physics by being in two places at once. Jennifer Estep still has my post as her top post, and she till has the giveaway open. So if you haven’t visited yet, please stop by.
Plus, Taryn Kincaid has me as guest at her blog, in a feature she calls Friend Friday. And mine is her inaugural post!
Thank you so much, both of you!
I took a long weekend so I’ll be replying to comments there all day.
And finally, just for fun, I created a twitter handle for my slightly evil fairy godmother. Yes, it is silly, but I figure of some guy can get a million followers by becoming Lord Voldemort online, I might be able to snag a few with my feisty fairy. Be among the first to follow eFairy Godmother and she’ll give you a fairy blessing.
Today I am thrilled to be blogging over at Jennifer Estep’s site! Jennifer has been wonderfully supportive me and The Sevenfold Spell–she mentioned it in her newsletter, she reviewed it here, and now she has me as a guest on her blog! And oh–there’s a giveaway! The details are at the end of the post.
Today I’m over at horror writer Laura Benedict’s blog, guest posting on reading my reviews as a blogging book reviewer. You can taunt me over my embarrassing (I can’t for the life of me spell this word without resorting to the spellchecker) mistake while you’re there.